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August 17 Meeting Update

We had a presentation of the Precinct Education Project (PEP) by Jerry Philpot of the Cincinnati 912 Project.  This presentation taught us how we can best use the information from the Hamilton County Board of Elections to our advantage. By creating a walking list of the independent, swing and conservative voters, we can be most effective in getting our message out to the people without wasting valuable time going to each and every house. 

Educating the voter is our goal. An additional benefit of this personal contact will be that it is visible to all that we are not haters or racists, just no longer silent and that they will join our efforts.

More information can be found on the Cincinnati 912 Project website at www.cincinnati912project.com/pep

Get in contact with your local Precinct Chairperson and ask them if they would like to join you in contacting voters.

We will be distributing information door-to-door about current issues on the state and national levels, a pocket Constitution and the Cincinnati 912 Project flyer.  I have this information to give to our members along with a bag to hang on doorknobs. If you would like a partner to walk with you in your precinct, or if you need more materials to pass out,  just give me call, I’ll be glad to help out.

This PEP initiative is critical to the coming election.  In order to defeat a progressive agenda we must be aggressive.  If you have any questions please call Jay Lotz at 522-3018.

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